Will I Have To Pay Taxes On My Qualified ESPP?

December 03, 2020

The tax impact upon the sale of shares within an ESPP, or Employee Stock Purchase Plan, varies based on several factors. This flowchart will guide you through common tax consequences  you may face, and maps the tax calculations upon the sale of employer stock acquired through the plan.

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